Sep 29, 2010
Hey everybody, I just wanted to share some pictures from my installation/solo show "The Century Plant" in Philadelphia, PA (at the Paradigm Gallery on 2020 South Street to be exact). If your in the Philadelphia area there are still two more receptions to attend on October 8th and October 22nd, both 5-10 pm.
Illustration for a roll banner of an Android event.
The image was rendered in 9600 x 24000 pixels (about 80 x 200 cm in 300 DPI).
Sep 28, 2010
Sep 27, 2010
This is a comic book I illustrated and helped create for Brotherhood Mutual! A pretty cool company: ) Enter Charlie Valor!
We're quite proud of it, so check it out, read the comic online, browse the downloads section...and tell your friends: )
Sep 24, 2010
Sep 23, 2010
Deadly Sins: Sloth Meets Greed
Latest installment of my ongoing My Woodland, My Nightmare series titled Deadly Sins: Sloth Meets Greed.
See some pictures of the sculpting process:
Sep 22, 2010
[To see past editions of Jew of the Week, visit Owen's blog, Winning the Polyglottery!]
blog and deviantart websites! Thanks for looking!
Sep 21, 2010
I don't spend too much time on trains, but when I do I like to draw small silly drawings. Here's a couple of them.
I'm not sure where the ideas comes from, but while I'm drawing them they just seems to be the most obvious thing to draw
Not a fan of the show, but still,That wouldn't stop me from taking on this sketch card commission of the characters.
By the way, my full color sketch card commissions sale is still open, and will be until the end of September. So if you've been contemplating getting a card, you still have time.
Here are the details:
Full Color Sketch Cards.
$10.00 + $2.00 shipping
$5.00 each additional character
Payment through Paypal only to email@example.com
Please email me before making any payments to reserve your spot.
Once your spot is reserved, payment is due to secure the spot.
Please help spread the word on Facebook, Twitter and where ever else you are able to. I would greatly appreciate it.
I wanted to draw something difficult. Yun and I were staying at a house on a lake in the Berkshires. We were in the middle of the woods. It was a little rainy and I was searching for something to draw. I was attracted to the trees. If you really sit and stare at bark, it is so intricate. It can be very challenging to draw, especially the way that I do. The trees were not laid out like that. I would choose one tree and draw it. Then I'd walk and find another and then draw that one. I was composing as I went along. There was moss covering all the rocks. It was a nice little touch to tie the drawing together. I'm so used to drawing cities. I feel nervous in the woods. Deep down I know the Texas chainsaw massacre guy is lurking about out there somewhere. He is sitting quietly in the dark watching me knowing I can't see him.
Arthur’s Day, Guinness on Canvas Exhibition @ Ballaban Art Gallery, Dublin (22-25 Sept. 2010)
Originally uploaded by nerosunero
Ballaban Art Gallery
Tuesday 21st to Saturday 25th September 2010 (inclusive)
“ARTHUR’S DAY – GUINNESS ON CANVAS”
To celebrate "Arthur's Day" on Thursday 23rd September, Balla Bán Art Gallery
is hosting an exhibition by a number of emerging artists on the theme of
"Arthur's Day - Guinness on Canvas". The exhibition will be on all things
related to the black stuff and takes place from Tuesday 21st to Saturday 25th September inclusive.
Rumour has it that Dublin's smallest gallery has a tiny fridge that will be stocking complimentary cans of the black stuff on the 23rd September which might be an added incentive to come along to browse through the Guinness related artworks!!!
Artists exhibiting at this themed exhibition include: Dearbhla, David Hennessy, Thomas J Byrne, Ann Marie Hayes, Frank O'Dea, Rod Coyne, Mario Sughi aka nerosunero, Pauline Murphy, Pervaneh Matthews, Sandra Corrigan, Kelly Hood, Andrew Manson, Catherine Mann, Daneil Geary, Gary Bradlye, Ray Sherlock, Roy Wallace and FINK.
Ballaban Art Gallery
Westbury Mall, off Grafton Stree, Dublin 2
Sep 20, 2010
Sep 19, 2010
Sep 17, 2010
So, yeah. I had to join in the fun. Although, I'm not sold on the name.
Sketched, inked and Technicolor brought to you by Photoshop.
Sep 16, 2010
Sep 15, 2010
I've been reading Invincible, albeit at a slooow pace, but it's been very entertaining so far. I've gotten the chance to draw Invincible before, but never Atom Eve. This is by far, my favortie sketch card commission. I need more collectors to commission me to draw more Atom Eve cards.
Come on folks. Where are my Atom Eve peeps?!
Sep 14, 2010
For this sketch card commission, I was given the freedom to draw my favorite child hood movie character. This one was tough because there's quite a few. Regardless, in the end, I settled on the most magical one of them all, E.T. I remember the sense of awe and enjoyment I had as a child watching this movie for the first time. All I know is that after the movie, I wanted my own Extra Terrestrial from another plant running loose in my house :)
And of course, I had to draw another first, Catman, which was cool too.